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. now having san francisco select ruckus for this challenging high density wifi environment along market street is really another level of achievement for us. our technology is specialized in dealing with high capacity broad coverage, challenging environment , public environment that includes buildings as well as lots of interference. we have technology to deliver that and confident that we can provide a great service to san francisco. at hulk -- ruckus we are excited about the opportunity to bring the millions of residents and businesses as well as visitors wifi access as well as new online services to the great city of san francisco. thank you. [ applause ] >> well, before we ask the mayor to officially activate symbolically with his big switch. be careful, mayor. i want to acknowledge the people that made that act possible. one thing i realized in the last six 6 months is that the number of players, the level of collaboration and partnership of complexity with players was the key to make this a reality before the end of the year. not in any order of importance, i have to thank my bos
shoving this down people's throats we want them to know not only is this good for the environment but hopefully some level of cost savings here to get more people to support the program so having the right understanding and experts to help us put this plan together so that we're able to present a plan that is clear, that is something that we can actually implement, and something that when explained to the public it's clear. that's really what i'm looking for because although i realize when shell was selected they were selected to be the broker, to purchase the clean power on our behalf and our goal was to of course generate the revenue necessary to leverage bonds in order to do the build out and the plan, we understood the plan we knew it was a good plan, we knew that the possibilities exist, we had to make some decisions that we may not have been completely comfortable with but it would have gotten us to where we needed to go and the problem was it was just really hard to articulate a lot of what we were trying to do to the public even though we understood the details of the plan
past that meander up and down the park under pines and eucalyptus. hang out in this environment and you might see butterflies it, fennel, and then the lines. -- dandelions. is ada accessible. public transit is plentiful. we have conquered the steps, we have watched the dogs, and we have enjoyed a beautiful view. this is a place to take someone special on a romantic stroll and enjoyed a beautiful look out. welcome to corona heights located in the heart of this district. it offers a view of the downtown skyline, the bay bridge, and the east bay. it is one of the best kept secrets in the city. it is hardly ever crowded. on any given day, you will run into a few locals. , bought a 37 bus to get there without any parking worries. for legged friends can run freely. there is also a patch of grass for the small box. >> it is a great place. it is a wonderful place to have these kinds of parks. that dog owners appreciate it. >> take time to notice of the wildfires that are on the grassland and keep your head out on the lookout for hawks and other bird life. be sure to take your camera and be prep
and supporting the mayor, the department of the environment and the office of public finance to enable city residents to finance the energy and renewal capital improvement improvement and take other action necessary thereof. >> thank you mr. clerk. this item colleagues is a resolution i introduced and sponsored with the mayor with the revitaltation of greenfinancesf and that we support the office of the department and to take the appropriate steps to get greenfinancesf up and running. i want to thank all my cosponsors for their cosponsorship. in particular i want to thank supervisor mar for his early leadership on the issue. when the program was first put for thed and stalled in 2010 and with ground work with stakeholders from all of the communities and last tuesday the mayor and i announced to kick start greenfinancesf and continue san francisco's tradition of combating climate change, push out city down the path of reducing greenhouse gas emission goals and put san franciscans to in the neighborhoods and finance projects in their home. this program for residential properties of our un
of apartment complex, where the environment is foremost to be preserved and protected in these days. this is not something that we take for granted it is a prize to be protected. last time someone was discussing park merced as available land. this land is just as available as his own backyard. we live there, we love it there. and we want to protect it and there is too much unethical controversy surrounding this. the eir, this that is a big problem and the three trees are just a image of the whole problem going on, when a project has the potential to degrade the quality of the environment or eliminate the important examples of history and the prehistory and the park is a important example of the history and because there are only two such iconic gardens west of the mississippi it needs to be protect and preserved, when it has the potential to achieve the goals, to the disadvantage of long term environmental goals, this is seriously damaging our quality of life at park merced to take down those beautiful houses and put up a project that has no place there, there is no room, the transp
enterprises in san francisco and nurtures a business environment that supports strong economic growth as you will hear from mayor lee. it also established new benchmark for what is possible today for commercial development and you will happy hear from our company leader. john kilroy. i think you will understand that we are a huge believer of san francisco. we have demonstrated that faith in local management, resources and development. it has taken a big teamworking together very closely to bring us to today's ground breaking. that is a lot of people and we are glad to see to many people with us today. it's my pleasure to introduce one of the city's biggest visionaries and supporters. the mayor learned from the very beginning what a very exciting opportunity this has been and he's supported us every way through this development. i know my daughter will understand 1 day how special it is to have him here. please welcome honorable mayor lee. >> mike, thanks very much. congratulations to you and certainly to john and what a wonderful design concept you have here for sure. i'm really excited to s
very generous with his time. he will start us off by talking about the general political environment going into 2014. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. first of all, i want to complement all of you on your decision to participate in cmi. hardly a month goes by that i don't run into somebody somewhere that didn't say i first heard you at the american university campaign management institute. i have been doing this for a really long time. i remember my favorite story about the cmi. late 1980'sin the or early 1990's. bill sweeney was hoping to run the program. this was a few months after the cmi. he was walking through the capitol building and he ran into the speaker of the house, tom foley. the speaker pulled him aside and said, a few months ago, over the holidays, my father was very ill and was spending a lot of time with him and one night i could not sleep and started watching television and the management institute was on. the speaker of the house goes on to critique each of the speakers. you never know who will be watching this kind of thing on c-span and also a terrific program
's -- it's a dynamic environment at the local level. and the mayor from portland talked about police having cameras on the eye glasses. when it happens, i it will. i will able to take my 25 investigatorrers and put them on the street. everything will be documented. >> when that happens, will you allow people being arrested to use google glass to film your officers? >> that's an important component to the conversation that nobody talked about. more of that information we're collecting right now is exculpatory. they are going to use the information to put me in prison. it's going clear a lot of people. it already has. at what point in time if you want to pursue the goal of justice. at what point in time do you stop collecting that ?fertion at what point of time do you get read rid a license plate reader collection that might clear somebody of a rape or murder charge. it cuts both ways. >> so in other words you wouldn't have problem with normal citizens video tape police at all times in their action using google glass? >> not at all. we have a court case in boston. i've sent out a directive to
.m.u. puts together. what i'm going to do is talk of the lay of the land, the political environment. thank you very much. million years ago, back in the 1970's, when i first got out of college and was there was a litics terrific political newsletter called the american political guy kevin phillips did who was a political strategist nixon.esident it was like eight or 10 pages, pages, every other week and the front part of it was sort of macro, big picture themes of american politics. the last couple of pages was the wyoming and what was going on in each state. to the back go pages, alabama, arkansas, going through all of the states to see what was going on. then i would read the front part because i thought to the front part of it was sort of macro, big picture themes of american me that was like cocktail party conversation. it was sort of vaguely interesting but not that important. as i sort of had my career progressed i started realizing ait a minute, it is the stuff in the front that drives what is happening in the back. as sort of as i themes are the important. a lot of people particu
environment as a function of technology to spread a dirty baum explosives exponentially and non-traditional weapons and frankly this social modeling before i went into the secret service was said graduate student faceted by psychology the ability to watch what another person does is almost a uniquely human behavior. why do i say that? you see the school shootings no question in my mind the growth is a result of press coverage of the actual yvette that is created with a 24-hour news cycle, a facebook, of logging and to tweet. remember when we had been lauded in pakistan a gentleman who lived there that we did there repellent copters overhead before they landed so saturated with information worldwide in the tragic yvette has the capacity to set off a proliferation in cascade, so to the first point, are we a little hypersensitive? yes. but second, the environment is different. i write in the book the environment for tourism in counterterrorism is very dangerous. i use the business model the traditional model was a franchise model. feet of it like mcdonald's you buy it as a franchis
department of the environment look to and are we maximizing our use of grants. >> what are the various financing options that are available and you know i would like to hear you know if there are different proposals and different approaches to that. >> uh-huh. >> and then another question is you know to the extent that this work goes smoothly and we get the kind of work product that is needed to we want to see, are there still internal challenges that will prevent us from moving forward with something? because, you know, we are here even though we have a program that's been proved by the board of supervisor's and so how do we make sure that we don't go down the path of doing additional work only to find ourselves in the same predicament. >> i think that's a good question and i don't think there's assurance that i could give you today either -- perhaps you know more better communication and better plan i don't know maybe that helps the dialogue and helps remove some of the opposition. >> and i'll turn it over to commissioner breed. >> another component to the extent we can engage our l
of the environment, department of public finance, the commission on the environment, and all those other from our business and labor communities. colleagues, i hope to have your support. thank you. >> supervisor mar. >> i just wanted to add thank you so much to supervisor farrell and the mayor. i wanted to also point out rich chin from the san francisco department of the environment who has worked on this for about four years with johanna pardon our [speaker not understood]. even wade was i think involved with this in the years that before, and i wanted to thank roger kim as well. but i think it's a really great program. very proud to be a co-sponsor. i think it really made clean energy more accessible to residential buildings and more san franciscans and i support this. i don't think it's a replacement for clean power sf, though, and i think in terms of environmental impact it may be relatively small, but i think we have to move with different innovative projects like this and others in our city. we also need to continue to work with the public utilities commission to honor the super majority of
prepare for a higher interest rate environment. stock investors probably won't get the same huge bumper returns they got last year, but bonds investors and people with interest-bearing accounts may make some money for the first time in years. it is probably a good time to look at your portfolio, and rebalance the assets you hold. before you rebalance, you want to know just how high rates are heading in 2014, and for that we go to greg mcbride, senior financial analyst at bankrate. he joins us from bankrate headquarters in florida, rates rising as much as 5.5% this year is that possible? >> it certainly is. it could touch 5.5% in the second half of the year, provided that the economy continues on this track towards recovery. >> how high do you think specifically mortgage rates might go? >> i think we'll touch 5.5%. i don't know that we'll end the year at that point, but i think we'll spending the bulk of the year between 5 and 5.5%. >> what should consumers be trying to take advantage of right now while the rates are still relatively low? >> 2014 could be your last hoorah to pay down lin
natural resources. >> it is important to help kids help the planet because it'll help the environment. >> that's why captain planet supports projects like these all around the country. the organization is named for a cartoon character created by tv tycoon ted turner. i talked with his daughter about her father's vision. ted turner said, "children can inherit a legacy of wastefulness or an action plan that can save our planet." do you think captain planet is the start of that action plan? >> i think captain planet is one of the plans to help get control over the degradation and some of the things happening in our environment. >> "degradation" is a good s.a.t. word. it means things that are turning bad. captain planet invites kids to help change that by becoming "planeteers." their schools can apply for grants of money to set up programs aimed at saving the environment. >> and are really excited about all the wonderful progress that we're making and educating and inspiring, empowering children and youth. >> and that leads us to captain planet's motto... >> i think the power belongs to t
to sing it on the road. he bring it indoors to an environment that we can control through music, technology, really to maximize the fitness return you get in a class. are both inststructors. we have taught at several other studios in the region. we view ride d.c. as an opportunity to bring the good and leave the bad in an environment where we are taking a papassion of ours and puttinga strong business plan behind it, offeringng this grea unique oduct to the 14th street community. >> what made you decide you were going to launch a business? there has been talk about the tough economy in 13. you decided to open this. >> really, what transpired was rachel a and i were both attendg another indoor cycycling studio within the district, and we saw some gaps and deficiencies we thought we cld improve upon. together,ing, coming we decided that we could do this, take the good and leave the bad. we have used this indoor tracking sysm befo and were familiar with it. d.c. and to be e here in building new studio focused metricshis, focused on and helpining customers and clients. >> what is th
at the environment, mal pesticides. >> from her farm koby gathers male sperm from drones that can survive harsh conditions and will inseminate queens showing resistance to pests. fitness. >> the process is quick. it does take a lot of squeezing to get enough sperm for insemination. >> i'll role the fingers. >> that's the semen. >> you can see the >> it placed in a tube. >> how much will you give her. >> one turn, 10 microlitres. basically 10 drones worth. the goal is to have - i want gentle productive bee, but bees resistent to pests and problems we have, which is a tall order. i'll spend the rest of my life trying to do that. >> koby is not alone. in paulman washington, members of her team are breeding the >> >> what are these? >> voucher specimens. this is egypt collected in 1998, and bees from australia. >> for years they've gathered diverse stocks of bee sperm from italy, turkey and the kauk cos mountains to build diversity. >> this is the isolated mating station. we use it to control the mating of the bees. the colonies that have the males that we want for the mating. we have virgin queens
by talking about the political environment going into 2014. charles cook. [applause] [applause] thank you, candy. first of all i want to compliment all of you for your decision to participate in cmi because hardly a month goes by that i don't run into somebody somewhere that didn't say, i met you, or i first heard you at the american university campaign management institute and i've been doing this for really long time. i remember my favorite story about the cmi was back in the, either very late '80s or probably early '90s. a friend of mine. leland: bill sweeney was helping to run the program. and this was march, april, may, few months after the cmi and he was walking through the capitol building and he ran into the speaker of the house, tom foley, who he knew. and speaker foley put him aside and said, bill, a few months ago, back over the holidays, my father was very ill, so i was spending a lot of time with him. there was one night i couldn't sleep so i turned on television and started watching c-span and campaign management institute was on. then speaker of the house goes through to cr
motivating work environment herd onto continue to foster the kind of work environment. >> you told me you're getting to a billion users is more important than a billion dollars in revenue. in terms of users, some people still come to twitter and are confused. it takes time to figure out who to follow. how do you improve that from the perspective to get to a billion? it becomeso get it indispensable to them. when they get up in the morning it is the first thing they do. it is an indispensable companion. it is a live experience. some people argue understand that. for us it is all about bridging that gap between the massive global awareness of twitter and engagement on the platform, getting people to that moment where they realize it is an indispensable companion. >> a lot of people are going to make a lot of money today. >> a lot of numbers being shouted around. in terms of the culture of twitter, how to you from acting the culture in a bad way? >> one of the things i told investors over the last couple of weeks is, with over 2.4 billion connected people in the world, we're less than 10% pe
come together with one purpose, to create an environment for learning and a system of support that helps foster success. and as supervisor mar mentioned, through the years project read has grown, seen inevitable changes, bringing on more technology and online resources, but we've always tried to stay focused on the people. working together to create a more literate and participatory society. and on that note of a participatory society and sort of following the power of [speaker not understood] advice, i want to have a quote shared with you today on what an adult learner feels when they vote for the first time. voting in our society is a challenge to many people with limited literacy skills. but a couple of years ago [speaker not understood] by the name of owe dell nixon was successful in voting for the first time. and this is what he wrote ~. i voted for the first time in my life on november 6th. filled out an absentee ballot then walked from the library to city hall. there i dropped my ballot into a box. the next time i'm going to vote from a booth in my own neighborhood. so,
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and its facilities at tdc my standpoint as peaceful environment and sixty shops but twenty oh three action packed games. the situation may need to be on the laundry done to secure the td. i now hear its troops to stay behind after done that on the cia. id if things didn't go as they passed each tiny cheer up comic oreos and trust me it's time to get this all the mother of one of the annual bus back to some of them on the cross and the guy wanted some other shots that day that saw the bomb about the respective upon a yes monday i cashed out of the dollar back on the delta by the tutsi to reach agreement on the scene that simple. i don't eat the intel has a young age and into friday. and that striving and sew it into line with the cutest card the shin splints on one counseling advice take the time and kind. it's been kind to its east side stall to stall and content of the nineteen inch to force them into handing over nine years that the divine. as part of the beastie. the team on the cd which i've cut and cut into two and a cardinal you've done. prices for hh and five blog because cities and
the political environment, and then it says read more. -- itthat, and there is a is about a 10-page document that we update several times a week with the polling data that we think of polling data that is most relevant ascertaining what is the environment going to be like. to start off with right direction, wrong track numbers, and then we go to presidential approval, and we have the gallup cnn, and pew, and then we go through consuming or -- consumer confidence. to the extent we are taught midterm elections are a referendum on the incumbent resident, then looking at the president's job approval rating is important. it is said that americans vote their pocketbooks then they tend to vote if they are worried, scared, fearful about the economy. they tend to be more pessimistic, which is not good for an incumbent party. as they feel good about things they typically vote on other things, but we have a consumer confidence rating. then we have favorable -- bothorable ratings for parties from the various polls, and before that some numbers from the kaiser family foundation, which is the largest obje
to teach her how to move in this environment but also who in a way is going giver that -- teach her back the desire to live, to enjoy life. the character of matt, this guy who enjoys every moment of life and is going to enjoy every moment until he runs out of oxygen. >> live in the present versus the past or the future. >> rose: that's a good place to be isn't it? the present? >> the present. (laughter) let's take a look. this is when the the "explorer" which is the spaceship that they're on, gets hit by debris. >> mission abort. repeat, mission aboard. >> "explorer" confirming visual contact with debris. debris is from a sat. repeat -- >> requesting transport. >> we have to go. we have to go, go, go. >> meteorological conditions are no go. >> houston "explorer" copy. transport to bay area. do you cop sni >> "explorer, permission to retreat, dr. stone?" >> houston, this is "explorer" copy? we've lost houston. we've lost houston. >> we need to get the hell out of here. don't waste time. man down! man down! "explorer's" been hit. (screaming) dr. stone, detach that arm. listen to my voice!
. >> it is important to respect all students and create an environment where they can be safe in the end environment and be themselves. the law would do much more good than harm. >> the law affecting transgender students is in effect on wednesday but could be suspended if a referendum to repeal it qualifies for the november ballot. >> northern california counties say they are tired of being ignored by lawmakers in sacramento and want to follow their own state. but, first, other new laws: papparazzi photographers could face stiffer penalties for bothering people with their children. and paroled sex offenders can face six months in jail if they cut off their g.p.s. tracking device. >> northern california counties say they tired of being ignored by lawmakers and want to form their own state. the state jefferson surrounded mount shasta where they voted 4-1 to secede from california. lawmakers and congress is to give their approval and that hasn't happened since west virginia was formed in 1863. >> if you come to san francisco to celebrate new year's eve consider taking mass transit. the midnight firewor
the soil of the environment as well as in trees. that's what's really fueling the mushrooms onto the side of the tree or to the forest floor. >> do you guys grow your own mushrooms? >> we never grow mushrooms. we keep it in a vegetative growth stage where it's making more root structure. >> the initial concept of using mushrooms as a resin was inspieshed through holding them together. the combination was agricultural waste as a food stock didn't come up later until i teamed up with gavin. >> it takes close to seven days for a product to grow from beginning to completion, but we'll show you how it works in second. the waste is first cleaned right before adding the macillium and gets incubated for two to three days and it's a solid, white mass. next it goes through a trauma, a machine that grinds the waste. this is reminding me of willie wonka and the chocolate factory, and i'm afraid i'll get sucked up. grinding it into a mulch so it can be packed into the molds. the molds are then stacked and left for another three days where the mysillium does what it does. it grows. you have to bake it
but are less productive. talk d to us about the work environment. >> we know from studies that denmark has happiness in the workplace, the happiest in the world. and there are two fundamental things that we're getting right. one, we have less of a workplace culture. danish employees have much more say and control over their own work situation than workers in many many other countries. they have more freedom at work basically, and that makes us happy. and the other thing, and somebody mentioned this already, is working hours. we have the third lowest working hours per worker in the oecd. which is awesome. and what we know from productivity studies, when you work too many hours every week, it makes you less productive. if you work 60 hours week offer week after week, you get less work done than if you worked 40 hours a week because it makes you stressed and frustrated and tired, and you make more mistakes. so on the oecd, danish workers are the most productive in the world. if you look at working hour. so we go home early, that's true, but we get a lot of work done. >> we put out the questio
deliver a memorandum to the president of the san francisco environment commission and i would like to see us schedule a joint meeting at our earliest opportunity notwithstanding our budget commitments to discuss what you just raised about food waste among other very important thing. i would hope that we would get a letter dispatched shortly. one final announcement, the january 14, 2014, meeting will meet at 11:00 in the morning to discuss our budget. any others? >> just wanted on that point about food waste, i would agree and strongly encourage that we get together on food waste. it's all for the good. >> and potentially it could take a good meeting with the environment commission perhaps ecology can do something on that and come up with a recommendation on food waste. >> barbara's people, a lot of folks are interested. >> this meeting is adjourned. [ meeting is adjourned ] >> good morning, everyone. thank you for being here. it's a beautiful day in san francisco. my name is joaquin torres the director of economic and work force development and the mayor's investing neighborhood initiat
information about the possibility of environments where life may have developed on the planet. it has a way to go to get to mt sharp. on that trip it will give us more ification in. the other thing that -- nor information. the other thing is that the vehicle worked so well, better than we had reason to expect, other than great engineering by n.a.s.a.'s engineers. what gets me is the car will not star, and this object works so well on mars, even with its harsh environment. that's one thing. >> in the few seconds left, what is the big discovery, the big innovation will be? >> two big things for 2014. there'll be more exoplanets, and 2014 will be the year in which we see regular people travelling into space as tourists on board the virgin galactic spaceship 1 as people by tickets for their chance to go into space. >> the show may be over, but the conversation continues on our website al jazeera/consider this or on facebook or google+ pages or on twitter. see you next time. >> announcer: this is al jazeera. >> hello, and welcome to the news hour. i'm stephen in doha with the latest news from ar
be adjusted, per site context. providing the evening lit mall and controlled the lit environment. >> and not only enhance. >> commissioner breed has a question. >> i am sorry, i just wanted to ask about the area i am certain that this has been studied but the area where that is behind the actual canopy, that is an area where people can like stand on, bang on, and there won't be any problems. >> yes, we will address that. yes. >> you will get to that point? >> yes. >> as well as the vandalism that could occur, not only with breakage and the issues. >> so the back curve of that circular canopy is really designed for interclimbing and together with the glazing materials it is very difficult for climbing, the graffiti approach is what we will use is in our current elevator head of house is overlaying two layers of strong, clear vinyl sheet and so once you get excessive sheet, we will peel off one and we will install new ones, and so again, the safety and the controlled and also availability from the street scape and now, this is the typical element of this particular pilot. as superv
for the citizens of san francisco for the environment building for making sure as many people as possible are educated and their passion is evoked for this green city has made a real expression on me. and so i hope you will choose the bay city college and the eco center. i know they'll go a phenomenal job and bring the commitment and passion to follow through with the endeavor. thank you >> (calling names) >> good afternoon and thank you for generally sharing time to people like myself and members of the community can speak l about this important topic. i graduated from conditional with two associate degrees and at that time, it's my understanding that he had founded the center and someone spoke to that. in fact, i remember 2002 the first time on a bird survey we saw a green her iron and address it at that time that was seen there. place spaced scientific education is a critical missing link not only in our community or the united states but cross the world. san francisco and in the bay area are at the forefront and we have another opportunity to continue the world precedence. i came on
of heron's head park and about building practices and san francisco bay environment. the port has solicited lease proposals and received responses from two qualified potential tenants. with board of supervisors approval and of the proposed lease termination, we look forward to managing the eco center building and look forward to seeing a new tenant operating with full available assets. >> thank you. any questions. supervisor mar? >> thank you, and the budget analyst for the history of ledge and literacy for environmental justice and the great project of developing this eco living classroom. i'm really sad to hear about the financial difficulties of the organization. off line i would love to hear what the two organizations that have in the interest in the site to make sure that it serves it's environment justice and sustainability purpose that it was built for. thank you for that. >> mr. rose, could we go to your report? >> yes, members of the committee, as shown on page 4, we report that the literacy on justice that also reported this that the total credits of $53,000 that increase that the
are thinking of an urban environment and the bay area and world visiting it, our scores have continued to hover and they hover well above that 80 percent line we are looking for. if you see a snapshot of the park in any individual evaluation that occurs and those snapshots maybe different from day-to-day and month to month. they are in that target we want to be looking at. we are trying our best to make this whole system more valuable for the public and our front line staff so they can respond to what comes in the evaluations and make remedies that help the public and provide the best service we can. as natasha mentioned, we've gone from a left side of methodology used up to this year to a new methodology and it came out of a conversation we presented to the commission a year ago. before the scoring system that the department did and the scoring system that the controllers office did were given equal weight so we might go out to a park many more times during the year. the one evaluation at the controllers office would have great impact. and given the fact that they can be out there in a day whe
from the city and county of san francisco and so long as the effects are mitigated on the environment and that makes sense because san francisco has the lottery per capita of any places in california. but sometimes we're at the expense of our greenery we're putting in a lot of dry stuff it doesn't look good. maybe we can get a better allocate and use water in a more traditionally way if we're providing 4 million glands. i know the system is a part of the plan and i understand the economics involved but certainly i'm hoping the city and a parks can be well-handled to get enough water to keep them green. commissioner sugaya. >> yeah. i made a motion but i have a request. on the south windmill site the map identified the ground sdurngs in red and extended all the way to your site and ant into the area that's already been acquit disturbed. i also observed the proposed native grass plantings will be in an unlimited area. is there some activity your coordinating with the department of rec and park to actually make improvement to that desire area then just around your facility? we don't hav
, and eucalyptus. chill out and this environment and you might see butterflies and dandelions. blue jays fly between the eucalyptus. it is ada accessible. public transit is plentiful. six, 24, or 71 bus. we have conquered the steps, we walked the dogs, and we have enjoyed a beautiful view the park has to offer. this is the place to take someone special and enjoyed a beautiful look out. " come to corona heights, located in the heart of this district. it offers a spectacular view of the downtown skyline, the bay bridge, and the east bay. the park is one of the best kept secrets. unlike twin peaks, it is hardly ever crowded. on any given day, you will run into a few locals. hop on a 37 bus to get there with that any parking worries. locals can bring their dogs to run with other dogs. there is also grass for small dogs. >> it is a great place. it is a wonderful place for the city to provide these kind of parks. the dog owners appreciate it. >> take time to notice the wildflowers on the grassland. and keep your head on the lookout for hawks and other bird life. take your camera and be prepared to
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